Theresa M. Crimmins
Theresa M. Crimmins
Associate Professor, SNRE, University of Arizona; Director, USA National Phenology Network
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Warming experiments underpredict plant phenological responses to climate change
EM Wolkovich, BI Cook, JM Allen, TM Crimmins, JL Betancourt, ...
Nature 485 (7399), 494-497, 2012
Phenological tracking enables positive species responses to climate change
EE Cleland, JM Allen, TM Crimmins, JA Dunne, S Pau, SE Travers, ...
Ecology 93 (8), 1765-1771, 2012
Phylogenetic conservatism in plant phenology
TJ Davies, EM Wolkovich, NJB Kraft, N Salamin, JM Allen, TR Ault, ...
Journal of ecology 101 (6), 1520-1530, 2013
Standardized phenology monitoring methods to track plant and animal activity for science and resource management applications
EG Denny, KL Gerst, AJ Miller-Rushing, GL Tierney, TM Crimmins, ...
International journal of biometeorology 58 (4), 591-601, 2014
Forecasting phenology: from species variability to community patterns
JM Diez, I Ibáñez, AJ Miller‐Rushing, SJ Mazer, TM Crimmins, ...
Ecology letters 15 (6), 545-553, 2012
Monitoring plant phenology using digital repeat photography
MA Crimmins, TM Crimmins
Environmental management 41, 949-958, 2008
Complex responses to climate drivers in onset of spring flowering across a semi‐arid elevation gradient
TM Crimmins, MA Crimmins, C David Bertelsen
Journal of Ecology 98 (5), 1042-1051, 2010
Global COVID-19 lockdown highlights humans as both threats and custodians of the environment
AE Bates, RB Primack, BS Biggar, TJ Bird, ME Clinton, RJ Command, ...
Biological conservation 263, 109175, 2021
Sensitivity of spring phenology to warming across temporal and spatial climate gradients in two independent databases
BI Cook, EM Wolkovich, TJ Davies, TR Ault, JL Betancourt, JM Allen, ...
Ecosystems 15, 1283-1294, 2012
Citizen science and conservation: Recommendations for a rapidly moving field
ER Ellwood, TM Crimmins, AJ Miller-Rushing
Biological Conservation 208, 1-4, 2017
Assessing accuracy in citizen science-based plant phenology monitoring
KK Fuccillo, TM Crimmins, CE de Rivera, TS Elder
International journal of biometeorology 59, 917-926, 2015
Can the invaded range of a species be predicted sufficiently using only native-range data?: Lehmann lovegrass (Eragrostis lehmanniana) in the southwestern United States
TM Mau-Crimmins, HR Schussman, EL Geiger
Ecological Modelling 193 (3-4), 736-746, 2006
AHP as a means for improving public participation: a pre–post experiment with university students
T Mau-Crimmins, JE De Steiguer, D Dennis
Forest policy and economics 7 (4), 501-514, 2005
Onset of summer flowering in a ‘Sky Island’is driven by monsoon moisture
TM Crimmins, MA Crimmins, CD Bertelsen
New Phytologist 191 (2), 468-479, 2011
Flowering range changes across an elevation gradient in response to warming summer temperatures
TM Crimmins, MA Crimmins, C David Bertelsen
Global Change Biology 15 (5), 1141-1152, 2009
Spread and current potential distribution of an alien grass, Eragrostis lehmanniana Nees, in the southwestern USA: comparing historical data and ecological niche …
H Schussman, E Geiger, T Mau‐Crimmins, J Ward
Diversity and Distributions 12 (5), 582-592, 2006
Organizing phenological data resources to inform natural resource conservation
AH Rosemartin, TM Crimmins, CAF Enquist, KL Gerst, JL Kellermann, ...
Biological Conservation 173, 90-97, 2014
Relationships between alpha diversity of plant species in bloom and climatic variables across an elevation gradient
TM Crimmins, MA Crimmins, D Bertelsen, J Balmat
International journal of biometeorology 52, 353-366, 2008
COVID-19 impacts on participation in large scale biodiversity-themed community science projects in the United States
TM Crimmins, E Posthumus, S Schaffer, KL Prudic
Biological Conservation 256, 109017, 2021
Spring and summer patterns in flowering onset, duration, and constancy across a water‐limited gradient
TM Crimmins, MA Crimmins, CD Bertelsen
American Journal of Botany 100 (6), 1137-1147, 2013
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